Ash Grove Mountain Cabins & Camping
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... on to our main destination for the day – Turtleback Falls. The water level seemed a little higher than normal, but not too high. I was a little concerned, however, as no one else was sliding off. It seemed like everyone was waiting for someone else to go first. Finally, a teenager defiantly walked over to the rope, climbed up and slid off the waterfall. ...
... to the house. We stopped on the bridge going over and of all things watched the snakes in the river. Yuk! There were plenty too! Jerry even saw a rattlesnake on the way back.
Of course we are in the mountains so everything is up hill. Although I am not as sore as I thought I would be today my calves still hurt some when going up and down. Fortunately there were no steps, just hills. Our first stop was the goat barn. Mrs. ...
We arrived at Tom Johnson's about 1:30 and Jerry said he hoped to be away by 3:00. I thought surely we'd be away much sooner than that but as usual I was mistaken again. We met with Jeff Phillips and he went over the repairs that had been done and everything seemed to check out. After that Jerry wanted to meet with Ray, the service administrator to ask about the $700 that we had paid to Camping World for the fuse ...
Sunday, we decided to hit just one waterfall, though it would be a pretty long hike. After packing up camp, we drove up Cathey’s Creek Road (FR-471) to where it ends at Gloucester Gap and FR-475. We left some cars here and shuttled another to the parking area just past FR-5095 and the trailhead for Waterfall on Long Branch at the trailhead for Daniel Ridge Loop Trail. Then we started hiking from Gloucester ...
... rocks on the south side of the bridge for some pictures and to enjoy the falls and then went to the other side of the bridge and scrambled down a steep hill to the base of the waterfall. Here, we could see the waterfall flowing under the High Arch Bridge on NC-215. Normally, I would think a road would be a distraction and take away from the view of a waterfall. But this lovely stone bridge, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, really ...